A part of the Evolution series, the article discusses the developments made for endoscopy equipment. The article was published in February 2010 as a two-page spread.
The article documents the evolution of the endoscopy equipment since the launch of the first commercial gastrocamera around 60 years ago. It traces developments on endoscopy equipment from the launch of the first pistol 360 (degree) rotatable endoscope in 1954 to Olympus’s release of its own Capsule Endoscopy for real-time observation in 2007. It also features the leaps made in imaging, illumination and accessibility.
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"Evolution of Endoscopy Equipment: Imaging, Illumination & Accessibility"